Re: Window Manager
Aravind Vinnakota wrote:
> Hi all,
> I installed Debian 2.2r6 on my Sun Ultra sparc 5. And I think I made the
> twm window manager as the default window manager while installing, which
> is not user friendly. So, I am wondering whether I can change to a
> different window manager without actually installing the OS again. I have
> no idea how I can move to a different window manager. Any suggestions?
just apt-get install any window manager, to use it:
make it default:
update-alternatives --config x-window-manager
(make sure you start x-window-manager, not session manager!) next time
you start X you should get the new window manager.
to use it for given session:
most window manager have a menu of different window managers (not all,
e.g. KDE is missing this important feature, or at least it was missing
last time I checked).
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